MADISONVILLE, Ky. (7/25/13) – Timothy Huddleston has been named principal of Madisonville North Hopkins High School.
The selection was announced Thursday, July 25, by the MNHHS Site-Based Council.
“I’m extremely excited about the opportunity to serve as principal of North,” Huddleston said. “I’m eager to get started meeting the staff and students and continuing the great tradition that was set before me.
“My plan is to start by learning the strengths of our staff members, and utilize those strengths to continue improvement at this great school,” he said.
Huddleston has 14 years of experience as a school administrator. Most recently, he had served as principal of Paducah Middle School since 2005. He previously was assistant principal at Hopkinsville High School, math teacher at North Drive Middle School, and adjunct faculty member at Madisonville and Hopkinsville Community colleges.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary mathematics education from Eastern Kentucky University, a master’s degree in secondary mathematics education from Murray State University, and a Rank I in K-12 administration and supervision from Austin Peay State University.
Huddleston just completed the Principal Leadership Academy sponsored by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. He also spent 10 years as a coach and an officer in youth sports organizations in Hopkinsville/Christian County.
Information provided by Lori Harrison
On Thursday, July 25, the Madisonville North Hopkins High School announced that a final selection has been made for the position of school principal.
The SBDM Council has selected Tim Huddleston to fill the position. Huddleston has 14 years of experience in administration. The last eight years he has served as principal at the Paducah Middle School in McCracken County, KY. Prior to that, Huddleston served as Assistant Principal at Hopkinsville High for six years.
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